It can be hard to find a
It explained that should a borrower default on payments, an unusual property would be harder for the lender to sell.
According to Steve Collins, director of the firm, lenders who do provide a
However, he admitted that as increasing numbers of people seek unusual properties, this trend is changing slowly.
“More lenders are realising that perhaps they shouldn’t be so scared, and are dipping their toe in the water. That’s a fact; although it’s happening very slowly,” he said.
Of the 370,000 listed buildings in the UK, 92 per cent are listed as Grade II – “warranting every effort to preserve them”, according to English Heritage.
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